Take a browse through the Festival's stand alone Education Programme for 2017
Take a browse through the Festival's stand alone Education Programme for 2017. Running from November 20 to November 30, it offers Primary and Post-Primary schools an exciting range of films, documentaries, workshops, and outreach screenings to choose from.
To book contact the education co-ordinator Christopher Morrison on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 7126 0562.
Lecture: Soviet Montage
This lecture by Ian Christie will precede the annual Moving Image Arts showcase in Brunswick Moviebowl on Wednesday, November 22.
In the 1920s a visionary group of Russian filmmakers that included Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, Vsevolod Pudovkin and Alexander Dovzhenko developed a new approach to cinematic storytelling. Based on the principle that editing is the foundation of film art, Soviet Montage is one of the most significant aesthetic movements in the history of the cinema.
Professor Ian Christie, author of two books on Eisenstein and a frequent contributor to Foyle Film Festival, will discuss how the revolution inspired new ways of thinking about cinema that still influence film culture today.